RAWR This Season is BULL****.
I'm SO ****ing tired of losing its insane. I mean yeah, we won tonight....against the TWOLVES. That's what Knicks basketball has come to? A once proud franchise in thee most proud city in the entire United States is excited about beating the Minnesota Timberwolves??? PATHETIC!!! We need to make moves, and make moves fast. Why would even want to make the playoffs? We'd just embarrass ourselves out of it as the 8 seed. We should be letting go of EVERYONE who is not part of the 2010 plan. Yes, David Lee included. I love Lee's hustle, but s***...we need talent. If we could trade his expiring contract to get rid of JJ or McCurry I would do it in a HEARTBEAT. We could probably get some good talent in return. F***, I just want to ****ing win already... I think a frustration thread was necessary considering we last made the playoffs when Dwight Howard was in high school and weighted less than 200 pounds...s***. F***, f***, f***! I'm frustrated. Sick. Tired. Any melancholy word can be inserted to describe my emotions toward my Bockers.
A change gonna come my friend! The last two years were our low points but we are finally on the upswing. We are competing with a mediocre cast of players and tons of cap relief coming in the next 1-2 years. These bitter years will make our revival that much sweeter!
it only the third time when they get such blowout, one thing hurts me so much, the other two times was with top nba teams: lakers and boston i'm tired for 10 years almost but like my home football team fans, they are with team for good and bad moments ( or little longer than moment )
I'm not frusterated, I was when Isiah was in charge, No matter what happens this off season, we will have the best Knicks team since 2000. How could you guys be frusterated after all we been thru the past decade?
it's the past 10 years that make me frustrated and not having SOLID proof that things are going to get better is scary. I beleive in the plan and haveing cap room is very important, but it's still not a sure thing...
I don't get what there is to be so frustrated about. Obviously we've had some tough losses this year, but it's still a vast improvement than any other Knick season in recent memory. We're finally on the right track and rebuilding the right way. Even if we don't sign Lebron or Wade or anybody this offseason, we can rebuild through the draft and use our cap flexibility in trades.
Layden-Plan to get rid of "ALL" Grunfield's players did not work.
Isiah-Plan to get rid of "ALL" Layden's players did not work.
Walsh-Plan to get rid of "ALL" Isiah's players ...................
Some how this philosophy has'nt been working in any bussiness in New York.
Down-grading an entire company takes away the essential method of the company....the Knicks used to win on their defense for 30 years....the past 7 seasons the Knicks been "trying" to win from their offense.
The things we were built-on (our foundation) is gone in our mangement, coach, and player.
I recall a time when Fans used to say, "Walt Clyde Frazier could steal a hub-cap off a moving car", those were the daze of Knick B-Ball...
The glory days of Knick defense IMO, were when a player would see a combination of either: Starks, Big Pat, Oak, Mase, X McDaniel or even Doc Rivers standing between them and the basket and imagine the repercussions of attempting to get too close to the paint.
No other team EVER (once Scottie Pippen and Horace Grant found their niche) took it to Jordan and company's Championship team like we did. That is the sole reason why I strayed from the global herd of Bulls fans and went with NY.
Charles Oakley and X could box out a wounded water buffalo.
How old were you in 94.
Well said man. It's going to happen. The good times are ahead of us and the bad hopefully behind. This is going to be a huge off season, which is going to dictate the future of our franchise. I have faith that Donnie will do what it takes to make this team a force in the league.
Last edited by TheChosen1; Jan 28, 2010 at 12:54.
their are plenty of things that need of be changed as far as I'm concerned.
donnie was hired as the pres.of basketball ops, and since then he's been the defacto gm; i think he needs to hire someone young and willing with a great basketball mind and eye for basketball talent as this team's gm.i want sam presti.
secondly, he needs to fire every scout on this team.don't give a **** about how long they've been with this team.the knicks have been one of the worst drafting teams in the last 20 years.
thirdly, if get mike d'antoni gets a chance to get another job, let him walk.he is not the best fit for this team, in this teams current state, and most likely for the foreseeable future.the hawks would be an ideal fit for his style of play.
forth, bring back jeff van gundy.yeah, i said it.he's got unfinished business here.i don't care on what terms he left.
also, he needs to start making moves to set this team up better for the future.young talent and or picks, to make this team a more complete team.harrington needs to get dealt, because he won't be here next year.get what you can for him.same with the rest of our power forward situation.lee, gallo, hill,at least 2 of those guys need to get dealt(perry jones ftw in '11 if no james!) i thinks that's obvious, i just hope he isn't too patient.
not trying to be greedy but, in my mind a presti-van gundy-james off season would put us in better shape than simply getting james.
Last edited by ANU; Jan 28, 2010 at 15:10.